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Locating a Roof Leak

Posted by tippytops123 on  July 14, 2016
Category: Roof Repair
So an odd colored ring or spot suddenly and mysteriously shows up on your ceiling, you’re thinking to yourself “hey, maybe it’s just some condensation from the cold weather we’ve been having”.  Sorry pal, chances are good you’ve got a roof leak.  Unfortunately like most home-related issues, leaky roofs don’t fix themselves; they usually need immediate attention.  Water leaks can quickly produce mold, rotted joists, insulation and drywall damage given the right conditions.  Often times
Rubber Roof
Commonly known as the “rubber roof”, EPDM roofing is a popular choice for flat topped homes and businesses alike thanks in large part to its perception of easy installation and relatively low material cost.  Consisting of two main distillates of natural gas and oil, ethylene and propylene, EPDM has can easily withstand extreme temperature fluctuations and is resistant to moisture. While many customers are drawn to these qualities, and of having a roof installed quickly
Modern Slate Roof

Slate Roofing

Posted by tippytops123 on  July 12, 2016
Category: Residential Roofing
A slate roof is the quintessence material used by homeowners when cost is no object.  Used as the preferred method in antiquity, it’s easy to see why slate is the go to choice for long-term use. If installed correctly, well designed slate roofing can last 150 years or more!   It doesn’t burn or corrode over time, it’s easy to cut and if installed correctly, a slate roof can look absolutely stunning.  A good example of
Roofing Costs
Most people consider their house to be an investment. For them it represents ownership of something physical that can be seen and touched and, hopefully, increases in value through the passage of time.  The big difference between a home and a financial investment, like a mutual fund, is that a home is an investment that requires some form of physical maintenance.  If you’ve ever owned a home for an extended period of years, you’ve probably
DIY Roof Repair Main

DIY Roofing Repairs

Posted by tippytops123 on  July 10, 2016
Category: Roof Repair
According to Asphalt Roofing Manufacturer Association, nearly 80% of all homes in the United States have asphalt shingles on their roof.  Needless to say – that’s a bunch of homes.  As roofers, we prefer asphalt shingles because of their straight forward installation and durability, however as homeowners we love asphalt since it’s so easy to fix and maintain.  In fact, with the correct tools and safety mindset, we believe any homeowner with an asphalt shingled

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